PCHS PARENT eNews

November 15, 2017

Educating Students and Parents about School Meals

The OPAA! Kitchen would like to educate parents and students on lunch and breakfast.


In most cases, a full meal is cheaper than paying for individual items from the main line. Including a fruit and/or vegetable will make it a full meal according to government guidelines.


All students enrolled in the free and reduced meal program must always take the fruit/vegetable, otherwise, it is counted as individual a la carte items.

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Taking ALL 5 Components is the best deal, giving more food for your student and
a lower cost to the parent.

CHECK LUNCH BALANCES ON THE PORTAL

Please check the portal OFTEN to view account balances.
Emails are sent mid-week and phone calls scheduled for Sunday nights for reminders of lunch balances that are low/negative.

Platte County High School

  • Dr. Chad Sayre, Principal
  • Shari Waters, Assistant Principal
  • Matt Messick, Assistant Principal
  • Phil Dorman, Activities Director